Connect to Community
The initial setup on the webserver was on a test environment, which I later moved to the production environment. Also I deleted the test project(s) from the community.
Now I have trouble connecting the production site to the Concrete5 Community:
when I login to the site and choose Dasboard, Extend concrete5, I receive message ¨Error establishing connection to the concrete5 community. Please check that curl and other required libraries are enabled. ¨. On this page I subsequently press Re-connect to Community
when I Re-connect to Community I receive message ¨Unable to generate a marketplace token. Please ensure that allow_url_fopen is turned on, or that cURL is enabled on your server. If these are both true, It's possible your site's IP address may be blacklisted for some reason on our server. Please ask your webhost what your site's outgoing cURL request IP address is, and email it to us at email@example.com.¨
I ran script curl_check.php on the webserve to establish url_fopen and cURL setting. Reading from the output (attached phpinfo.odt), directive ¨allow_url_fopen¨ is on and curl is enabled. Aslo I presume that the outgoing cURL request IP address is 126.96.36.199 (reading from SERVER_ADDR in environment, but of this I am not sure it is the IP address you require)
I have sent a message to firstname.lastname@example.org beginning of march to which there became no reply. Any one on the form can I help me resolv this matter maybe?
Empty the column "configValue" in the rows where the configItems are "marketplace.token" and "marketplace.url_token".
Now you should be able to reconnect again.
If there are still any questions, feel free to ask!
Any further suggestions maybe?
If you agree?
StefSmeers looked into my cofiguration and tried out some things, but did not succeed in overcoming the Re-connect issue on my site unfortunately.
I still need help with this.
This might be too late for you, lvbaal, but I encountered the same issue with my 5.7.5 install and this thread was one of the few which came up, so I'll post my solution here hoping it helps someone..
In my case the issue was resolved by changing the timeout value of a function using cURL. Concrete5 support directed me to a bug report by jxn (https://github.com/concrete5/concrete5/issues/2934... ) which explained the problem and provided a solution in commit https://github.com/jxn/concrete5/commit/f19a2617b0e02d07f3eec75a752c... In brief, you can get by the problem by
changing line 305 in file /concrete/src/File/Service/File.php
public function getContents($file, $timeout = 5)
public function getContents($file, $timeout = 15)
Naturally you can also make the full change suggested by jxn to make it configurable in app/config.php, too.
Hope this helps.